a tune, which he had brought over with him when he was eight years old from russia, and it was in a minor key, which is a whole different key. most popular songs are in major. and it was a russian lullaby, and it was da, da, da, da, da, da, da, da, da. and jay had somebody else had lyrics for it: "once i knew a big blonde, and she had big blue eyes. she was big blue" like that. and it was a torch song, of which we talked about. and yip said, "well, could we throw the words out, and i'll take the tune?" alright. and if you look at yip's notes, which are in the book that i mentioned, you'll see he started out writing a very satiric comedic song. at that time, rockefeller, the ancient one, was going around giving out dimes to people, and he had ayip had a satiric thing about "can i share my dime with you?" you know? but then, right in the middle, other images started coming out in his writings, and you had a man in a mill, and the whole thing turned into the song that we know it now, which is here and which i can read to you. and if you do this song, you have to do the verse, because that'